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The nation’s largest cycling race is underway, and headed to the Central and South Coasts.

Peter Sagan won the first leg of the Amgen Tour of California San Diego yesterday. The Slovak cyclist is the current world champion. Today, the cyclists race from Pasadena to Santa Clarita.

Then, on Tuesday, the tour comes to our region. Stage Three will take cyclists from Thousand Oaks to Santa Barbara, and Stage Four is Morro Bay to Monterey.

The bodies of a man and a woman have been discovered inside a home in Oxnard, and detectives are investigating the case as a homicide.

Oxnard Police Sergeant Bakari Myers says officers were called to the 5400 block of Barrymore Drive just before 5 p.m. yesterday.

"Upon arrival, officers discovered a male and a female deceased from apparent gunshot wounds," he said.

Conejo Valley Days

A large festival that attracts thousands of people to the Conejo Valley is celebrating its 60th anniversary as it continues through the weekend. Conejo Valley Days started on Wednesday, May 11 and runs through Sunday, May 15 at Conejo Creek Park South in Thousand Oaks.

23 college campuses. Nearly 50,000 employees. Close to half a million students.

California State University Chancellor Timothy White is responsible for the largest public four year university system in the nation, a system which includes two campuses on the Central and South Coasts.

KCLU’s Lance Orozco caught up with the chancellor during his visit to Cal State Channel Islands, and talks with him about issues ranging from the possibility of tuition hikes to efforts to improve graduation rates.

Roughly six years ago, Cindy Miller's Pomeranian was reported stolen.

She had her dog, Chili, with a pet-sitter near her home in Northern California while she was out of town.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is the latest agency to adopt video body cameras to provide new transparency about the actions of deputies in the field, as well as to give them video evidence of confrontations with criminals.

Heavy equipment and a game plan that's been months in the making led to an overnight move of one of two historic 1920's-era homes in Santa Barbara from West Pueblo Street to West Figueroa.

The homes were purchased for $1 by developer Mark Meza, who agreed to subsidize the cost of moving them to their new locations, where he hopes to make them rental properties.

The suspect in a Goleta area high-profile triple-murder case, Pierre Haobsh, says he is not guilty.

Haobsh was in superior court in Santa Barbara Thursday.

A Caltrans flatbed truck lost 7 barrels of drilling mud at the intersection of Highway 154 and State Street Wednesday.

The barrels came off the truck and some of them split open when they hit the asphalt, coating the street with mud.

A South Coast college has announced the selection of a new superintendent/president, and the choice is someone with impressive credentials.

Joe Donovan is cranking out dogs, giraffes, and just about anything else you can think of made out of balloons.  Donovan has always been an artist, but for it took a little twist of fate for him to find his calling.

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Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office detectives are just releasing details of a daring daytime robbery inside a posh South Coast hotel’s jewelry store.

Santa Barbara Police are actively reviewing video surveillance tape at the Sansum Clinic Prescription Pharmacy on Pesetas lane near Calle Real after a break-in over the weekend.

Plans to change usage for Micheltorena Street in Santa Barbara to clear space for a bicycle route have taken a detour.

The city transportation committee has heard from residents, business owners and bicycle enthusiasts, and is looking for a new solution with a route that utilizes Sola Street nearby.

UC Santa Barbara students and community members held a rally on Sunday afternoon in front of University United Methodist Church to declare Isla Vista a safe zone. 

“There’s no room for any discrimination against anybody,” said Reverend Frank Schaefer.

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